Nomole, Bar stool by Ronja Reuber
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Nomole, Bar stool

Ronja Reuber

Offecct AB

Tibro Sweden

www.offecct.com

+46 504 41500

Nomole, Bar stool

A stripped-down graphic and playful bar stool with backrest and a slight swing – no more, no less. Ronja Reuber’s Nomole, designed for Offecct Sweden, is both minimalistic and comfortable with low material use and easy updating to make it long-term sustainable.

Nomole started out as a graduation project at Beckman’s College of Design, based on the question: What is the essence of a piece of furniture? The result is a minimalistic bar stool with graphic precision, distinctive lines and a monochrome colour scheme, clearly founded on the belief that form, function and sustainability go hand in hand.

The steel pipe construction has a slight swing that makes sitting more active and the integrated backrest provides comfortable support, regardless of whether the stool is used in a restaurant, an office meeting area or a home environment.

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Technical information

Frame: Matt texture powder painted metal, RAL9005 SURCHARGE: RAL flexicolor (Surcharge: 7FLEC – Frame in flexi). Upholstery material Fabric from price list – same type and colour of fabric on seat and back Glides: Hard as a standard. Felt as an option.

Dimensions

Explanation of Dimensions

Height (H), Seat (S), Width, (W), Arm rest (A), Depth (D)


Material declaration Nomole Low

WEIGHT (kg) WEIGHT (%)
Base; Metal 6,4 73
Base; Wood 1,4 16
Textile 0,3 3
Others 0,7 8
8.8

Material declaration Nomole High

WEIGHT (kg) WEIGHT (%)
Base; Metal 6,4 73
Base; Wood 1,4 16
Textile 0,3 3
Others 0,7 8
8.8
Ronja Reuber
Ronja Reuber

Ronja Reuber

Ronja Reuber is a product, furniture and interior designer with a focus on circular design. She was born in 1992 in Solingen, Germany. She graduated in Textile Design from HDK Steneby - Academy of Design and Crafts, University of Gothenburg in 2015, and in Product Design from Beckmans College of Design in 2020. Her work…

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